OBITUARY

Saturnino "Voy" Castro Heres Jr.

February 3, 1948January 10, 2019
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Voy Heres passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his loved ones. He enjoyed his career as Chef de partie at Pebble Beach Company for 47 years. Voy enjoyed playing golf and going on vacation with his family. He is survived by his loving wife Jeane; 2 children, Christopher & Desiree; 4 grandchildren; 1 sister Brenda Cendaña, 2 brothers Ricky & Ernie; and many more family members.

Services

  • Viewing Monday, January 21, 2019
  • Viewing with Rosary Tuesday, January 22, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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Saturnino "Voy" Castro Heres Jr.

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Angelica (Heres) Jasmin

February 20, 2019

I've always considered Uncle Voy to be another Dad to me. I always knew how much he loved me by the way he treated me and was always there for me. My earliest memories of with him are him tickling me and letting me walk up his legs and flip. He was always willing to help with our parties. Even if he had work that day he would come to the house early to cut up the fruit platter for us. One special memory is when I brought my now Husband (DJ) home to Seaside with me and we had dinner at his work. He didn't even know DJ, but wanted to take care of us. He had probably about 4 dishes sent out to us. We were so full already, but then he comes out of the kitchen and asks what we want for our entree. We were so surprised and felt so grateful that night. We miss you a lot, Uncle. We are very heartbroken that Jowenna didn't get to meet you and be tickled by you. But we find peace knowing you are in a better place painfree. Now Baby Angel will get to meet you and play with you. May you Rest In Peace. We love you.

Robin Dela Cruz-Bringas

January 27, 2019

Uncle Voy always had a big smile on his face, and was always so welcoming, kind, happy and had a heart warming presence.

One of the memories I have of uncle, is that he was the happiest when he was holding one of the babies. He loved to see all the kids together and he loved all of them.

I remember going to our Family parties when Hailie was a baby Uncle would be the first to tell me to “go eat”, and he would carry and watch Hailie for me.

To this day Hailie remembers uncle watching her when she was little. She remembers how kind he was and always had a smile on his face.

We love you & We miss you Uncle❤️

Jacelynn Esteban

January 26, 2019

A lot of my favorite memories of Uncle were during my childhood and growing up. I remember when I would go over to the Vallejo St. house and Uncle would be in his robe listening to his favorite Jazz music while lounging on the couch. Another memory I have of Uncle was when he would take Desiree, Crystal and myself to school at Monterey High and before getting out of the car, he would always ask us if we had lunch money and even if we did, he would always give us a few extra dollars. He was a man of great generosity, friendliness, and was always happy with a smile on his face. Logan told me the other day that he really liked Uncle because he was nice and always played with the kids. You will be greatly missed Uncle..May you rest in peace!

Leonardo Astete

January 20, 2019

SATURNINO "VOY" C. HERES, JR. IS MY FRATERNITY BROD. I FIRST MET HIM AS A NEOPHYTE IN OUR FRATERNITY, THE ZETA BETA FRATERNITY U.E. CHAPTER. AS A PERSON, VOY IS A MAN WITH WISDOM AND WIT. HE IS A FUNNY GUY AND AS A JOKER, HE IS NATURAL AND SPONTANEOUS IN HIS JOKES. HE CAN MAKE YOU LAUGH TILL YOU SHED TEARS. HE IS VERY TALENTED FOR HE IS A GREAT DRUMMER AND A GOOD CHEF. I HAD A WONDERFUL TIME WITH HIM WHEN I VISITED HIM 3x IN CALIFORNIA. THOSE MEETINGS WERE PRICELESS, PRECIOUS AND LOVELY. NOW THAT HE HAS FINALLY JOINED OUR ALMIGHTY GOD...I WOULD SAY THAT HE IS NEVER GONE FROM MY HEART. I HAVE LOST A GREAT MAN WITH A BEAUTIFUL SOUL. OUR LOSS IS HEAVEN's GAIN. I LOVE YOU VOY HERES. REST IN PARADISE NOW. TILL WE MEET AGAIN.🙏💖💙❤️💛💜💚💖🙏

Michelle Salvador

January 18, 2019

I don’t really remember the year I met Voy. I am not even sure if I knew him before I hired him. All I remember is that when I met him, it seems like we have known each other for years. Even though we worked together, Voy has always treated me like his family. He supported us when we got married & he was truly happy when Luna was born. He was always there celebrating milestones with us. My only regret is that I wish we could have shared another great meal or two before you left for heaven. I know you are at peace now but I will really miss you. We will miss you.

Michael Basco

January 18, 2019

Tito Voy was a very loving and kind person, as I was growing up, I remember a lot of enjoyable memories of him taking us to concerts and driving him to casinos at Lake Tahoe. When I got older and got married he was my best man and God father to my first born daughter Carissa.
He was always there for you if you needed a hand with any situation. We would play golf every Sunday and drank wine with our buddies, I miss those days thinking of all our fun memories that
we had together, priceless may god bless and Rest In Peace

Twinkle Huffman

January 17, 2019

The last memories I have of Uncle Voy were spent traveling around Pebble Beach on the back of a Gold Cart hahaa Me and My husband visited him at The Stillwater. We took him to lunch and spent some time putting golf balls. My husband really liked him a lot. He could tell he was a kind man and talked about him the rest of the trip. We will both miss him very much. It’s sad to think that he is gone. We Love You Uncle Voy

Ria Manuel

January 17, 2019

I personally met tito voy during my first visit in the US last 2015. I was lucky that i got to meet him and got to know how an amazing person he is. I am really saddened that a really good person left this world too soon. Tito voy, i saw your kindness and i do hope that i can pass that to somebody else just like how you treated me. I will miss your facebook likes and comments. Thank you for all the goodness you’ve shared with me and with our family.

Jocelyn Marcelo-Ventura

January 17, 2019

Voy was a good man with a big heart. He just truly loved helping people and making a difference in their lives. We lost an angel here on earth. He was one of the nicest and coolest brother I know. Voy will be greatly missed. Nothing will be the same again now that he has gone, but my memories with him will live forever in my heart. He was kind and unique, and he was a real treasure to keep.

I still remember last October when we were together, a loving brother, father and husband. I wanted to see Voy 4 days before he died, but I didn’t able too but I know God has his own will, but I know no more pain, no sufferings. But there’s also so much pain that it was just time to let him go.

Jean, may God’s grace give you the peace and comfort that you need to get through the tough days.


From Jocelyn, Greg & Marcelo family, please accept our deepest sympathies.

Joanne Gutierrez

January 17, 2019

Our deepest condolences esp to wife, Jean n family and Heres family! Voy ,as first cousin from his mother side , is a kindhearted human being and so with the rest of the family. You will be missed by ur closest friends , relatives and esp. your family . REST IN PEACE ,VOY! Love u , my cousin!
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